We have been busy moving and expanding at Health and Social Care Services and now have new offices in Southampton and London, and another new office opening in St Neots at the end of next month.
HASCS, International House, Southampton
With a lot of planning, logistics and hard work, our new offices in Southampton and London opened on the 1st October. Having outgrown our office in Warsash we have moved a few miles down the road, literately a stone’s throw from Southampton Eastleigh airport. We are also in very close proximity to Southampton Parkway Station as well as the M27, so there are plenty of modes of transport available to us! Although still surrounded by a few cardboard boxes (well it has only been a few days) the new office is all looking very organised. Despite many of our staff still working from home due to Covid-19 guidelines, there is already a good atmosphere with our essential office staff holding the fort. However, we are excited, ready and prepared for the future when things hopefully go back to normal – with more space, car parking and better facilities.
New Southampton office
The London office is a brand-new location for HASCS. The office is located on Waterloo Road just a couple of minutes’ walk from Waterloo Station, so obviously has excellent transport links too. The building has a cocktail bar on the roof – Bar Elba – for those very important meetings!
HASCS, Mercury House, London
New London office
To cap it all we also have a new office opening in St Neots, Cambridgeshire in November. It is situated next to our existing office and is currently being refurbished. Although not quite finished, it is really starting to shape up and look fantastic.
We would like to thank all our staff for being very patient at this time with all the office moves and changes.
International House, International Business Park, George Curl Way, Southampton SO18 2RZ
Mercury House, 117 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8UL
St Neots: coming soon!
New St Neots office under refurbishment
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